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Exploration of the use of an acylsulfonamide safety-catch linker for the polymer-supported synthesis of hyaluronic acid oligosaccharides

Authorsde Paz, José L.; Kayser, M. Mar ; Macchione, Giuseppe ; Nieto, Pedro M.
KeywordsHyaluronic acid
Oligosaccharide synthesis
Polymer-supported synthesis
Polyethylene glycol
Issue Date30-Mar-2010
CitationCarbohydrate Research 345(5): 565-571 (2010)
AbstractThe synthesis of hyaluronic acid oligosaccharides on polyethylene glycol (PEG) using an acylsulfonamide linker has been explored. Hyaluronic acid is a challenging synthetic target that usually involves the condensation of highly disarmed glucuronic acid building blocks. Amine-ended PEG monomethyl ether was efficiently functionalized with a hydroxyl-terminated acylsulfonamide linker. Suitably protected d-glucosamine (GlcN) and d-glucuronic acid (GlcA) monosaccharide building blocks were coupled to the polymer acceptor using the trichloroacetimidate glycosylation method. The sulfonamide safety-catch linker enables simultaneous cleavage of the monosaccharide from the polymer and orthogonal functionalization for further (bio)-conjugation of the sugar sample. Subsequent glycosylation of PEG-bound glycosyl acceptor to generate hyaluronic acid oligosaccharide chain failed. Model glycosylation experiments in solution and on soluble support using the same unreactive acceptors and donors allows for the synthesis of an orthogonally protected hyaluronic acid disaccharide and suggest that the encountered difficulties could be attributed to the presence of the N-acylsulfonamide.
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Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.carres.2009.12.021
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